It is interesting that so many works in the Brooklyn Museum show Radical Women refer to the one form of power that men cannot dominate.
The Radical Work of Women Artists in Latin America from 1960 to ‘85
Radical Women shares the work of 120 Latin American and Latina artists from 15 different countries during times of intense political and social unrest.
“You Can’t Say It Doesn’t Exist”: A Curator on the Art of Latin American Women from 1960 to ’85
Cecilia Fajardo-Hill, a curator of the Radical Women exhibition at the Hammer Museum, talks about this largely ignored history.
Making Visible the Haunting Absences of Latin America’s Violent History
It has become a common refrain to say we’ve become desensitized to images of war, bloodshed, and poverty.